Friday, March 24, 2017

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Edward Foale is a risk assessment expert with the United Kingdom
Protecting Against Cyberattacks
Students and researchers converse during a CSU I-Corps workshop earlier this year. (Credit: California State University)
Opening the Entrepreneurship Pipeline to Underrepresented Researchers
Rob Edwards is a professor of computer science and biology within the Department of Computer Science at SDSU. (Credit: Rob Edwards)
Prestigious Recognition for SDSU Virus Researcher
Nearly 500 SDSU students showcased their original research, scholarship projects and creative activities at the Student Research Symposium.
Student Research Symposium Winners Announced
The new study, led by SDSU professor Jean M. Twenge, was published in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior.
New Study Shows Americans are Having Sex Less Often
Kristine Taniguchi is one of the 10 SDSU graduate and Ph.D. students selected as an Inamori Fellow.
10 SDSU Students Receive Inamori Foundation Scholarships
Christopher Glembotski, director of the SDSU Heart Institute
Boosting Your Own Defenses against Heart Disease
E-cigarettes have grown in popularity during the past several years. (Credit: Wikimedia Commons/Vaping Vaporizer)
The Shifting Rationales for Vaping
SDSU is helping to improve the communication skills of Somali seniors with limited English proficiency. (Credit: Somali Family Service of San Diego)
ESL for Seniors
An SDSU student discusses his research at last year
Brilliance and Creativity on Display
Actresses Katie Holmes (left) and Dianne Wiest at the National Memorial Day Concert in Washington, D.C.
Leading Actresses in Hollywood
Martin Sereno, a psychologist and cognitive neuroscientist, is a pioneering figure within the world of functional MRI.
What’s New at SDSU: Psychology